Hydrogen recommended for industry decarbonisation

Hydrogen could replace natural gas in parts of the energy system where electrification is not feasible or is prohibitively expensive, including industrial heat processes, the government’s climate change advisers have said

Full conversion of the gas grid to hydrogen could cost at least £200bn. Photograph: Marpalusz/123RF
Hydrogen could replace natural gas where electrification cannot

Hydrogen could replace natural gas in parts of the energy system where electrification is not feasible or is prohibitively expensive, including industrial heat processes, the government’s climate change advisers have said.  

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